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This web-based guide was developed to help inform residents and businesses about planned infrastructure projects across the city. It is a snapshot of current major infrastructure projects in concept, design or being built by the City.

The map is divided into 2 parts, Standalone Projects and Composite Programs and highlights the capital program being delivered by the Integrated Infrastructure Services Department including facility, LRT, open space and transportation projects.

Standalone Projects and Composite Programs

How the Map Works

By clicking on a project icon, you will see a brief description of the project including scope, schedule, budget, asset type and location for the planned work. These projects are at various phases in the delivery of a capital project, which are identified as concept and development design, detailed design and build. They are mapped accordingly to provide context for all of the work happening throughout the City.

It's our hope to continually improve the openness and transparency of the work that we are undertaking on behalf of Edmontonians.

How the Map is Organized

In addition to an icon representing the type of asset that is being delivered, the colour of the icon indicates whether the project is in the concept and development design, detailed design or build phase.

Phases of the Projects

Phase Colour Phase Description

Includes the definition of the project at a broad level. Some activities include the research on if the project is feasible and if it should be undertaken or more feasibility testing is required.


Includes the planning work to develop the steps necessary to meet the project’s objective. The project’s tasks and resource requirements are identified, along with the strategy for producing them (scope management).

Development Design
Includes design work in order to have the project defined to a level of certainty such that the project can be completed where there are only budget and schedule adjustments resulting from significant unforeseen conditions.


Detailed Design
Includes all design work required after the Strategy, Concept and Development Design stage to get the project to a state such that a construction entity (e.g. external contractor or in-house construction services) can use the detailed design deliverables to begin construction. The end of this phase occurs just prior to tendering of the project (if external contractors will be performing the construction).


Includes any work performed during the construction of the project.


Operate (Complete)
Includes all projects that are substantially completed, at which time the project is suitable and available for its intended use.

Includes all projects that have been withdrawn.

Includes all projects that have started, but have been deferred to a later date.

Project Status Updates

Status Update

This provides a colour representation of the current status for scope, schedule and budget by clicking on the project icons. See table below for detailed definitions.

Status Scope Budget Schedule
Within the parameters defined in the approved project charter
On/Under Budget On/Ahead of Schedule
Scope Increased 1-30% for Develop projects
Scope Increased 1-20% for Deliver projects
Over Budget 1-30% (Develop)
Over Budget 1-20% (Deliver)
Over Schedule 1-30% (Develop)
Over Schedule 1-20% (Deliver)
Scope Increased >30% for Develop projects
Scope Increased >20% for Deliver projects
Over Budget >30% (Develop)
Over Budget >20% (Deliver)
Over Schedule >30% (Develop)
Over Schedule >20% (Deliver)
Map Legend
House Icon Facility 
Includes projects such as recreation facilities, picnic shelters, facility energy retrofits, fire stations, police stations, libraries and other structures.
Tree Icon Open Space 
Includes projects such as parks, the river valley, playgrounds and other amenities.
Road Icon Transportation 
Includes projects such as roads and bridges.
LRT Icon LRT Projects 
Includes projects such as LRT lines, stations, and Park & Ride facilities.
Pyramid Icon to represent other projects. Other 
Includes projects that do not fit in any of the above asset types.
Other Definitions

Standalone Project

An individual initiative at a distinct location.

Standalone Projects Map

Composite Program

This includes a number of projects that are being delivered as part of an overall program of work. Projects may take place at locations across the city but would be part of the same program (roofs or bridge rehabilitation work).

Composite Programs Map

Approved Budget

The total current approved funding by Council to deliver the project or program.

Project End Date

Refers to the project completion date as approved by Council. This is the date which the project is expected to be open to the public or the City’s own operations area for its intended use (that is, recreation centre is open to the public, motorists are able to drive on the road, maintenance facility is operational). In the event that a project is trending to be delivered past its original end date, its anticipated completion date is also included.

For More Information

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Outside Edmonton: 780-442-5311

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